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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor (1.25 j DMf Hotel Albiru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Mail Your Watch Repairs To the Ludlng Jtwtlsn ARMSTRONG AWORTH QUALITY FIRST MEANS "TAYLOR MADE" Stock up in Canned Goods at These Reduced Prices YCI'J rife assured of getting Quality No. I and at lower prices than other's charge for No. 2, beeldea our line of Canned Fruits arc all packed in the Enamelled Lined Sanitary Can. Cream Corn, per 10c Small Table Beets, 3l 10c Std. Pens, per can !0c Hand Packed Tomatooi, Velio w Wax per 10c Early June Peas ____ Tomato Catsup; per can IQc Extra Sifted Pens 15c ASSORTED CASES VEGETABLES, PER CASE W.CO lYuils in Heavy Syrup at Uiese prices interest you: Blue Plums 10c Greengage 12' -'2c Bartlett Pears 15c Red or Blnck Raspberries 20c Red. Biack or White Pitted Cherries 20c Assorted I'asos of the above 0 linos, per ease AN EXTRA SPECIAL ON GALLON PIE PEACHES IN LIGHT SYRUP: Tor (iallou Tin 3Qc Case of 6 Tins THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 1271 Phone 525 WEATHER Max. >Un. 12 .22 Everything in Insurance Tire. LiJ'c. Accident. Sickness. Plate Glass. Employer's Liability. Animal. Auto- mobile. Burglary. Personal Attention Strong Companies PHONE OR WRITE WHEN YOU REQUIRE SAME. W. A. Levitt LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 51B. Sherlock Holiiies DETECTIVE STORY STAHLAND TONIGHT Ltthbridge, snow Edmonton, cloudy., 10 Calvary, fair........ 44 I'i Medicine Hat, snow _ HG IS .JO Reglna, clear...... oO i-J Prince Albert, clear S t! Winnipeg, foggy 2Z Port Arthur, cloudy ..JO Xeleon.......... 3S The weather throughout the w tst has been mostly fair and mild. snow flurries tinve occurred in south- ern Alberta. Forecast light local snow flurries or snowfalls; but mostly fair; no decided channe in temperature- CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Noble Attends B. of T. Meeting C. S Noble, the celebrated dry farm- er of Nobleford 'ivas an interested at- tendant at Ihe annual meeting of the Beard of Trade last night. Be on Time All those interested in the S.O.E. whiEt drive tonight are requested, to be on time, SQ as to enable everyone to catch the last cars home. Get Your 1915 License Chief Skelton is warning automobile drivers and owners that they must procure their ifllo license numbers or keep off rhe streeis. He Is prosecui- every offecder. Cardston, Feb.' the past four days the town's population has been increased bv several hundred peo- WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Feb.. 20. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Open Clos? 1.5SJ J.57J July.......................... 1.58? 1.59i "WINNIPEG PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Xor. No. 2 Xor................. Xo. 3 Nor................... 1.54 A Children Free Cartoonist Ash Davis has seme- thing special for the children at his lecture and demonstration at Wesley tonight, and children under ,12, ac- companied by parents, will be admitt- ed free. The Calico Ball The genera! dancing public are ans- iously waiting lor the Calico ball in the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening, Thursday, February II. Good music, gocd supper, and the flocr is now in splendid sliape. Do noc forget the Have You Any CORNS To Harvest? Corns are "little JliiJigs." but iliey can cause a "large" amount of puiu and Let ilie1 oilier fellow wear the corns. Get rid of yours by U5- Dr. Magic Corn Cure It removes corn? every time no matter "lion- old or liow hard they may be. Causes no inconvenience dur- ing application. Trice 25c bottle The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 655 Third Ave. S. REIlllliVEfl con TWO COUNTRY SCHOOLS TO BE TO GO TO RETLAW Hetlaw, Feb. school election to consolidate our township anil have one good graded school in Ret- laiv carried, and arrangements lhat end in view, will be made at j OQCC. It is proposed to move two of the country school houses in town to commence school in this spring. One ot the Harding Uros. ot Taher has bought out the harness business in Retlaw and will personally take charge. He is a good workman and will Lc welcomed -here. All our ice men have their Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted iiid dressed the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. CALGARY SMS FIGHT Writ Issued Against the Gas Proves Coal Cheaper- Calgary, Alia., Feb. writ j houses filled good river ice Mr (Issued by the city against the Co. Tuesday which will have the effect, it Ms probable, of deciding whether the our deputy poet mis- Gas Co.'s franchise covers the entire city, or only the original few sections of the city was composed at tlie time the franchise was given. The city maintains that the franchise cov- ers only the ceutral portion of the city. pic. The occasion was the holding of! 3 the Quarterly, Conference by the! 1 V llormon church.' ft had been well ad-; vertised-that R-ulon S. one oti the First Seren Presidents, Salt Lake City, be in attendance, _and i huodrsds of people -camf irom neigh-1 boring towns to hear this noted ora-j tor. _ i July The fust seijiou was held Saturday I jiioreing in the large si ate tabernacle] with, an attendance oi about seven hundred and Jifty. The afternoon ses1' sion saw a visible increase in the attendance, and all the sessions fol- lowing this vere by an erage of a thousand people. During thf, two dajs six public ses-1 sic-ns were held and "a great deal oi religious instruction was given. 11' C... CHICAGO 1.62} 1.38 MINNEAPOLIS 1.54 .1.48-5- LOCAL WHEAT vas one QI the most interesting reli-' gious gatherings ever, held here. j One oi t-he imeresting features or confcreuce was the appointment 01 about Iwenly-fiiC missionaries who canras the Cardston district and hold religious aenices. Another conference will convene shortly. This will consist oi the Re- lief Society Sisters Oi the entire Al- terta stake, vrho will meet on Feb. J3lfc. A large number oi relief nork- et's are.expected to be in altendance. Track prices: No. 1 Nor. HOVi NO. 2 Nor. Xo. Ncr. 137 V, Wagon prices: .Vo. I Nor. 130 J25 83 1.6H Commissioner Richards Coming Commissioner Richards, territorial 1.631' commander of the Salvation Army In 1.3S1-1 Canada, will, be here oji Monday, i March 8, and will hold meetings at the Citadel, and at Knoi Presbyterian church. The commiasjouer will be ac- companied by Colonel Turner, who of- ficially opened the Citade1! two years ago; Lisut.-Col, Hargreave, and .Major I Hay. This will he a high day for the 'iccal Salvation Army corps Xo. 2 Nor. I Xor. No. 1 Red No. 3 Red No. 3 Red .Vo. 1 HeJ. No. Red. No. 3 Hed. 133 130 125 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Ca'igaiy: Hogs, i'.lfl; cattle, .Montreal: HOBS, SS.50; cattle ?6.25- J7.25. Chicago: Hogs, cattle, J6.60- CITY AND DISTRICT ALTOflADO NEWS To Attend Agricultural Conference J President Marnoch and S. S. Dun- ham of the Board of Trade wifi attend AUorado. Wink is be- the agricultural conference at Olds on Ing frequently complimented for his Friday and Saturday. well turned address when chairman j 6t the Liberal meeting at Foremost Noted Cartoonist Here recently. And he deserves it, too. Davis, the noted cartoonist, IRC- Sam Cargo says that 12-pound boy is I rurer and story toiler, arrived in the growing in'tnie Alberta style. city today at 1.25 p.m. .and will Rive Tie-Literary club Seems to be about HE entertainment this cvenlug in WOE-: the HveaL issue in the entire country.' Ie5" church. Mr. Davis has appeared in Anfl- they can give seme programme, most of the largest cities in the Cottage Prayer Meetings church cottage prayer meetings will be held this week as fol- lows: Mr. G. Fames, 401 12th street N. Mr. H. Mntson, 520 12th street C Mr. A. Hedenstrom, 1706 7th avenue N. lire. Wa'ilvrork, -122 Will street .V. lira. E. Hull. 331 16th street N. Mr. Geo. McLean, 220 2nd avenue -1 Two More Local Boye Enlist Ivan -.Mathers and Jack -Murray, two popular young men of J.his city, have emisted with tlie 20th Batt-ry, fill vacancies caused bv men discharged i fo- -artous reasons. Ivan bas been cte cliisses of lis'< an Creme Velva For immediate rsllef of Chap- ped Hands, Sore Lips, Frost Bites, Roughness of the skin and for acres generally. Un- equalled for use after shaving. This elegaiit preparation has no equal .for softening the skin aad beautifying the complexion. DAINTILY PERFUMED 25c PER BOTTLE ASK FOR A-SAMPLE, The TELEPHONE NO. 322 Bean of River Bo'-v, did the work short order. our der_.., __....._ tress, has gone to Oregon to visit city, or only the original few sections with her mother. i Miss Ada Kuthren has rettirued from her visit at Stavelcy. Prayer meeting- rvas held at tlie home of 1C. Domey last week. Refresh- ments ivcro .server! after, the meeting -and a very pleasant evening was en- joyed. The firemen will give a ball Friday evening, Foh- Coa] is. a cheaper J'uel than gas at 35 ceuts per 1000 cubic feet. Gas pressure readings taken at dif- ferent parts of the city prove that gas 12th, the pressure flucLumes with .greater varia- procecrls to help out our fire depart-: tions than for the efficient use of gaa depattruent. H's a i-ootl cause, and I RS a fuel should be well attended, -if vou like a GroSs ignorance is being-displayed good dance, come and have the bcsb both bv gas consumers and parties in- time this winter. some covernment hay at Retlaw for farmers